[ap-intact] COMMENTARY: Is China's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?

By detaining a National People's Congress delegate, China’s anti-corruption body might be violating the country's Constitution, says a Wellington-based authority on Chinese elite politics.

Read the commentary by Professor Bo Zhiyue, Director of the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre and Professor of Political Science at Victoria University of Wellington, in The Diplomat. http://thediplomat.com/2015/03/is-chinas-anti-corruption-campaign-at-odds-with-the-rule-of-law/

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